Herbarium specimen: Rubus rubiginosus
|Taxon:||Rosaceae: Rubus rubiginosus P.J.M�ll.|
|Filed in taxon folder:||Rosaceae: Rubus rubiginosus P.J.M�ll.|
|Collected by:||Rev. Augustin Ley|
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC36 Herefordshire, Kimbolton, SO56, Coppice Wood|
|ex herb:||Botanical Exchange Club of The British Isles|
|Institution:||Aberystwyth University Herbarium (ABS)|
|notes:||"Too late to obtain good panicles, or to observe floral organs. Creeping, and producing abundant, small, simple panicles. I have sent sets of this plant to Dr. Focke and to Rev. W.M. Rogers, who it is hoped will give it a name." - A. Ley|
"Shade form of R. rubiginosus, P.J. Muelh." - W.M. Rogers
"More hairy than typical R. rubiginosus, but in all other characters not different." - Dr. Focke
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Documented by sureshot26 on 6th January 2008.
Checked by oldnick